Posted: Tuesday January 3, 2012
Meg Tilly Hailed By Critics' Choice Spotlight Awards

(Photo of Meg Tilly courtesy of thestar.com)


Victoria theatre writers have singled out Meg Tilly for best performance in a professional production for the 2010-11 season.

The Critics’ Choice Spotlight Awards cited Tilly’s performance as Martha in Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, which was staged last summer by Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre and took three top awards. It was voted best professional production and Brian Richmond won for best direction.

Tilly is next set to star in Tarragon Theatre’s production of “The Real World?” by Michel Tremblay, which will start in April in Toronto.

Other winners in the annual Critics’ Choice Spotlight Awards include Narda McCarroll, who achieved the best set design for The Trespassers at the Belfry Theatre, Jacob Richmond‘s Ride the Cyclone for best musical production and Daniel MacIvor‘s Inside for best new play.

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